23 December 2012

Zimbabwe: Seiso Moyo a Quiet Giant, an Effective Communicator

press release

Hon Seiso Moyo has been described as the quiet giant and an effective communicator. This was said at a church service held at a Harare funeral parlour before his body was ferried to Bulawayo.

The tentative programme is that a church service will be held at the Lutheran Church Umganwini at 9am followed by the burial at 12 noon at Lady Stanley Cemetery tomorrow 24 December 2012. Joseph Made, Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development said Hon Moyo performed his duties diligently. He was always willing to perform the duties in and around Zimbabwe, on the continent and internationally whenever it was required of him.

Made said Hon Moyo related very well with the ministry's stakeholders including NGOs, farmers' organisations and even the scientists within the ministry. Hon Moyo had passion for the country's livestock programme. He is credited with taking a subsidized stockfeed programme to the southern region. The programme was hailed as having brought relief to cattle farmers who were able to save their animals from starvation during the last drought.

The service was attended by his daughter, family members, Speaker of Parliament Hon Lovemore Moyo, government ministers, top MDC leadership as well as party members and friends.

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